Togbe Ladzekpo Tetteh Gefu IV appeals to the government for a vocational school in Horti

He made this call during his royal feces purification rites

The Dufia of Horti in the South Akatsi Municipality of the Volta Region, Togbe Ladzekpo Tetteh Gefu IV, called on the government and other stakeholders to support the construction of a vocational training school in his traditional area.

He made this call during his royal rites of purification of the stools and the 2nd anniversary of the celebration of the entoolment in Horti.

According to Togbe, the vocational school aims to help young people in his region and neighboring communities learn various skills to enhance their career development.

As part of his two-year achievement, Togbe noted that he liaised with elders, youth and other development conscious people and ensured good clean water was available for use. in the community.

The Horti Basic school block was at the fourth grade level, but with the help of Togbe Ladzekpo Tetteh Gefu IV, two (2) additional class blocks were added.
He also ensured that the problem of the Horti Primary School canteen was solved by building one for the school.

“I also collaborated with an NGO and we were able to get six (6) laptops for the school to improve the computer program. I want to ask our honorable deputy to help us request more computers to improve computing in Horti and its surroundings. ” He said.

Togbe Ladzekpo Tetteh Gefu IV, during the last two years of his appointment as a dufia, remodeled the 8 kilometer road linking Horti via Agbadrafor to the municipal capital, Akatsi, but noted that it needed to be gravelled.

“My appeal to the Hon. MCE and MP is that they should liaise with the government to focus on our road networks. Overhauling our roads is not helping us”
He explained that working on the poor road network in the region will help the transport of food products from communities such as Horti, Xavi, Suite, Hatorgodo, Bayive, etc. to the less stressful market.

He further called on the government, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), charity groups and individuals to help the Horti community meet its challenges.

He also called on his fellow chiefs to remain resolute and avoid chieftaincy issues which he said are setbacks and bad practices.

Among the practices he proposed were land disputes, conflict, division, debasement syndrome, ambition for power, selfishness, greed, disrespect and disobedience.

He instructed other fellow chiefs to work with their elders, opinion leaders, unity committee and assembly members and youths for development, adding that a chiefdom is a tool for development.

The colorful Togbe Ladzekpo Tetteh Gefu IV Royal stool purification rites and 2nd anniversary celebration of the entoolment attracted politicians, chiefs and traditional leaders, cultural groups, among others, from the Volta region and the -of the.

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